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Cricket is more important than films: Sreesanth

Submitted by on March 1, 2012 – 7:28 pmNo Comment |



Sreesanth, who is as much a proficient dancer as he is a player, had stunned many with his dance moves at an event held in Mumbai about two years back. Even King Khan, they say was very impressed with Sreesanth’s dance moves on stage that night.

Now, he has impressed the audience again with his delightful dance performance that lasted for about fifteen minutes at the Vanitha Film Awards Night. Sreesanth later revealed that he wasn’t much tense performing before such a huge crowd, and that many had conveyed their appreciation of his performance, including Priyamani.

Sreesanth is a trained cinematic dancer, and had received several film offers from Bollywood. He had also received acting offers from Malayalam, but maintains that at the moment, cricket is much more important to him that cinema. Nevertheless, films will always hold a special place in his heart, he adds.



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